Short story published in Science-Fiction Plus (December 1953).
Intro: "Most great men understand that they must pay a price for success; and the plaudits of masses, if attained, generally helps to overcome any bitterness cultivated by past suffering. But sometimes success is obtained at so great a cost that a man may desire nothing more than to lost himself in the anonymity of the masses. Eric Frank Russell tells of one successful man who felt that way. The survivor of the first round-trip to Mars, and his reasons for self-effacement, provide the basis of a story that is a tense suspenseful shocker."